Here’s Some Highlights You Can See at the Micromobility Conference & Expo

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Sydney, NSW With just one week until the inaugural Micromobility Conference & Expo, here’s a recap of recent news about just some of the attractions to see and experience: Long-standing industry commentator and visionary in e-mobility, Oliver Bruce, will reveal why micromobility is fast approaching its “iPhone moment” as a major transportation force. The NZ…

Lug+Carrie Prepares for US Expansion Following $5 Million Funding Boost

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Melbourne, Victoria Melbourne-based e-bike subscription provider Lug+Carrie has secured $5 million in bridge funding, as it prepares for expansion into the US and other new markets. “Lug+Carrie have major plans to expand their business and will be launching in the United States via a soon-to-be-announced joint venture with one of their investment partners.” Lug+Carrie says…

Lug+Carrie Shares Successful School of Thought at Micromobility Expo

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Melbourne, Victoria An e-bike subscription service’s pioneering efforts to eliminate barriers to cycling is clearing its own upward trajectory to success, with Lug+Carrie elevating its operations to much higher levels. The three-year-old Melbourne company’s success in introducing families to e-cargo bikes has already led to expansion into Sydney earlier this year and Brisbane in recent…

How Do You Get Beginners Riding $7,000 e-Cargo Bikes?

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Most readers of the Micromobility Report would probably agree that getting more people riding bikes more often is a good idea. By extension, they’d say that getting more families on bikes, more young kids travelling to school via bike, more shopping done by bike and a host of other everyday applications, would be even better.